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PUC sides with Oncor in rate hike case, electric bills should rise 5%; policy reversal likely means all utilities will ask for higher rates

Texans who thought they got nailed on their last electricity bill have something else to think about now that the state agency charged with regulating such things has approved a rate increase request by the company that delivers power to homes and businesses.


Votes for Main Street Farmers’ Market in online contest triple in less than a week

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The love just keeps coming for the Main Street Farmers’ Market. Less than a week after a Myssnews.com and  News-Telegram article urged people to vote for the Main Street Farmers’ Market in an online contest that pays the winner $5,000, the votes for Sulphur Springs have more than tripled.


No changes to SSHS graduation requirements for 2009-2010

While the latest legislative session passed education law which this year gives high schools and students more flexibility for electives in class schedules, Sulphur Springs High School will not be making those adjustments until the 2010-2011 school year, according to Assistant Superintendent Randy Reed.


BBQ pit master

Bryan Vaughn chops beef to make sandwiches for the “Barbecue in a Bag” lunch hosted by Masonic Lodge 81 and Jericho Court 490 Friday.

Beans ’n’ cornbread benefit

Sandra Glenn hands Kay Morrison a bowl of beans at the Genealogical Society’s beans and cornbread luncheon Friday. The event benefited the society’s library with a $5 donation per plate.
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